Volume 23, Number 33, August 16, 1996


Book Reviews

Fictional, but True Account of Bioterror

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Death for Cause, by K.C. Bailey.


Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Méndez

Terrorist Tricontinental in Chiapas.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Narco-Terror Resurges in Peru.


A Question of Culture.

Strategic Studies

LaRouche Stalls Globalism in Ibero-America; Plotters Protest

by Gretchen Small

Documentation: Excerpts from a review of EIR’s book The Plot to Annihilate the Armed Forces and Nations of Ibero-America, in the Spring 1996 issue of Joint Force Quarterly, by James Zackrison; and Luigi Einaudi’s complaint about the “conspiratorial views” standing in the way of a takedown of Ibero-America’s militaries.

Introducing Racist Lawrence E. Harrison

by Gretchen Small

Colombia Disintegrates, as Military Budget Axed

by Javier Almario

Africa, Asia Are In the Cross-Hairs

by Gail G. Billington and Michael Billington


Germany Revolts against Maastricht Dictatorship

by Rainer Apel

The past year’s social unrest in Europe against the monetarist austerity of the European Union, is now culminating in an open revolt in the EU’s largest contributor, Germany.

Russian Budget Crisis Nears Breaking Point

by Konstantin George

Currency Rates

Conference Addresses Newly Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

A report by a specialist correspondent, who attended the May 13-14 conference on “Building a Global Network for Infectious Disease Prevention, Surveillance, and Interventions.”

Business Briefs


A New Front Opens in the Battle for Scientific Tuning

by Nora Hamerman

At Milan’s Casa Verdi, where the campaign to restore the scientific tuning was launched over eight years ago, an Italian translation of the Schiller Institute’s A Manual on the Rudiments of Tuning and Registration was released to the public.

The Revolutionary Hypothesis behind the Battle for C=256

by Liliana Celani

Music and Scientific Creativity

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

I Hope This Text Will Change the Music World

by Arturo Sacchetti

Why Good Voices Are Disappearing

by Renato Bruson

Tuning and Health, an Issue of Harmony

by Marsili Feliciangeli


Endorsements of the Schiller Institute's call for returning to A=432 from: Carlo Bergonzi, Placido Domingo, Piero Cappuccilli, Luigi Alva, Fiorenza Cossotto, and Mirella Freni.

How Tuning Affects Musical Instruments

by Bruno Barosi

Our Problem Is That Everybody Is ‘Deaf’

by Liliana Celani

An interview with bass Ruggero Raimondi by Ibykus, the journal of the German Schiller Institute.


‘The American Sakharov’ Is Welcomed in Slovakia

by Ortrun Cramer and Angelika Beyreuther-Raimondi

Such was the tone of headlines greeting the four-day trip of Lyndon and Helga LaRouche to Slovakia for “wall-to-wall meetings.”

Brits Beat Drums for U.S. Strike vs. Iran

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Bosnia’s Deadly Fight against ‘Genocide by Financial Means’

by Umberto Pascali

The reestablishment of a railroad link from Sarajevo to the Croatian coastal city of Ploce, points up the opportunities for reconstruction; but the situation is fraught with danger, thanks to the murderous policies of the International Monetary Fund.

‘Who Will Stand Up for Principles in Bosnia?’

A visit with Msgr. Franjo Komarica, Catholic bishop of Banja Luka.

Jacques Chirac and the Menchurian Candidate

by Katharine Kanter

Several hundred Indians, led by that “Nobel savage” herself, Rigoberta Menchú, left their steamy jungles to frolic at an “indigenous” conference in Paris.

International Intelligence


Desperate Efforts To Protect Gov. Ridge Are Backfiring

by Mel Klenetsky and Nancy Spannaus

Lyndon LaRouche sues Democratic National Committee Chairman Don Fowler for violation of the Voting Rights Act, while in Pennsylvania, Fowler’s friends join forces with Republican Gov. Tom Ridge to keep LaRouche’s scheduled campaign broadcasts off the airwaves.

As Elections Near, Clinton Foes Scramble To Come Up With Scandals

by Edward Spannaus

The real danger could be the “Nixon scenario,” whereby President Clinton easily wins re-election, but is indicted early next year, paralyzing his Presidency.

NBC-TV Argues: ‘Women Are Inferior’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche heaps well-deserved humiliation on NBC Olympic sportscasters Dick Ebersol and Nicholas Schiavone.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood

National News